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  • GOODYEAR TELEVISION PLAYHOUSE: OTHER PEOPLE'S HOUSES (TV)

    (August 30, 1953)

    One in this series of live dramas presented by Goodyear. In this production, sisters Inez and Rena must decide upon the best way to care for their father, who lives with Rena and her husband Ralph. Inez visits her sister and brother-in-law and learns that ...

  • GOODYEAR TELEVISION PLAYHOUSE: WISH ON THE MOON (TV)

    (March 29, 1953)

    One in this series of live dramas presented by Goodyear. This drama by Sumner Locke Elliott concerns two young women, Frances Barclay and Olivia Beech, who meet on a train on their way to New York where they hope to fulfill their dreams. The ambitious Fran...

  • GOODYEAR PLAYHOUSE: ONE MUMMY TOO MANY (TV)

    (November 20, 1955)

    One in this series of live programs presented by Goodyear. In this comedy, a young salesman, Ernest Winkler, travels to Egypt to deliver an air conditioner to a wealthy Egyptian. He arrives at his client's home and discovers two suspicious men, Ibrahim and...

  • GOODYEAR TELEVISION PLAYHOUSE: THE LAWN PARTY (TV)

    (May 23, 1954)

    One in this series of live programs presented by Goodyear. In this drama, a young housewife named India, who is obsessed with appearances, wants to throw an elaborate party for her daughter Beatrice. Her neighbor, Miss Mudd, whom India snobbishly deplores ...

  • GOODYEAR TELEVISION PLAYHOUSE: THE TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL (TV)

    (March 01, 1953)

    One in this series of dramas presented by Goodyear. This drama by Horton Foote features Lillian Gish as Carrie Watts, an elderly woman who seeks transcendence from her unhappiness through one final trip to her hometown, Bountiful, before her death. Having ...

  • GOODYEAR TELEVISION PLAYHOUSE: MY LOST SAINTS (TV)

    (March 13, 1955)

    One in this series of live programs presented by Goodyear. In this drama, Katie, a live-in maid, is visited by her mother, who has recently lost her farm as the result of a lawsuit. Her mother plans to move in with her brother, Katie's uncle, but she reall...

  • GOODYEAR TELEVISION PLAYHOUSE: GUILTY IS THE STRANGER (TV)

    (September 26, 1954)

    One in this series of live dramas presented by Goodyear. This drama concerns a young veteran who returns from war and insinuates himself into the household of a dead soldier from his platoon. The play begins with a battle scene in which a soldier breaks in...

  • GOODYEAR PLAYHOUSE: THE EXPENDABLE HOUSE (TV)

    (October 09, 1955)

    One in this series of live dramas presented by Goodyear. The army prepares to perform a test of an atomic bomb on a house built especially for the test, complete with detailed furnishings and mannequins of an "average" family. A new recruit, Paul Davis,...

  • PHILCO TELEVISION PLAYHOUSE: ERNIE BARGER IS FIFTY (TV)

    (August 09, 1953)

    One in this live dramatic anthology series. This drama examines several concurrent crises in the life of middle-aged Ernie Barger (Begley). Ernie, co-founder of the Barger-Abbot China Mfg. Co., tells his co-workers that his son Roy (Connell) is graduating ...

  • GOODYEAR TELEVISION PLAYHOUSE: THE TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL {SECOND HALF ONLY} (TV)

    (March 01, 1953)

    One in this series of dramas presented by Goodyear. Part two of this drama by Horton Foote which features Lillian Gish as Carrie Watts, an elderly woman who seeks transcendence from her unhappiness through one final trip to her hometown, Bountiful, before...

  • GOODYEAR PLAYHOUSE, THE: THE SENTRY (TV)

    (May 06, 1956)

    One in this series of live dramas presented by Goodyear. In this drama set during the American Civil War, three rebel soldiers sneak across the Cumberland and behind union lines in order to destroy a train trestle and prevent supplies from reaching union t...

  • GOODYEAR PLAYHOUSE, THE: THE SENTRY (TV)

    (May 06, 1956)

    One in this series of live dramas presented by Goodyear. In this drama set during the American Civil War, three rebel soldiers sneak across the cumberland and behind union lines in order to destroy a train trestle and prevent supplies from reaching union t...

  • GOODYEAR THEATER: THE GOLDEN SHANTY (TV)

    (November 09, 1959)

    One in this dramatic anthology series. This seriocomic episode stars Errol Flynn as patent-medicine salesman Cedric "Doc" Boatwright. Doc and his assistant, Herman (McCallion), return to the town where they had sold a supposedly worthless gold mine to Adie...

  • PHILCO TELEVISION PLAYHOUSE: THE STRANGE CHRISTMAS DINNER (TV)

    (December 18, 1949)

    One in this live dramatic anthology series. Christmas is fast approaching in New York City, but Alfred Stubbs, the miserly old manager of the Wayfarer Inn, does his best to resist the holiday spirit. He constantly snaps at his employees, including the c...

  • PHILCO TELEVISION PLAYHOUSE: A SENSE OF JUSTICE (TV)

    (February 06, 1955)

    One in this live dramatic anthology series. In this drama, written by Gore Vidal, Peter Chase travels to the western town of Talisman to execute a personal duty on Dennis Leighton, a ruthless political boss who runs the town. Leighton has assumed control o...

  • PHILCO TELEVISION PLAYHOUSE: MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT (TV)

    (September 09, 1954)

    One in this live dramatic anthology series. In this drama, a twenty-two-year-old divorcee, Betty, and her fifty-year-old co-worker Jerry, a widower, fall in love. Betty is upset by a late-night phone call from her ex-husband, George, a barroom piano player...

  • GOODYEAR THEATRE: GUY IN WARD FOUR (TV)

    (November 24, 1958)

    One in this dramatic anthology series. In this episode, Captain Newman, an Air Corps psychiatrist in England during World War II, counsels soldiers about their fears and feelings of helplessness while harboring these same feelings himself. Newman uses sodi...

  • GOODYEAR PLAYHOUSE: BACKFIRE (TV)

    (August 01, 1984)

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  • GOODYEAR TELEVISION PLAYHOUSE: THE TERRORISTS (TV)

    (February 26, 1953)

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  • GOODYEAR PLAYHOUSE {PART 1 ONLY} (TV)

    (May 24, 1953)

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